My students are adult professionals who want to improve their spoken and written English. My lessons focus on the specific objectives of each student. As a result, they are interesting and my students become fully engaged in the lesson. My students gain the confidence that they seek with their English. Group rates considered. I have 60 hour Bridge TEFL Certificate.
Tell me your goals for ESL and I will get you there! In addition to my TEFL certificate, I'm also a BA in English Literature and a writer. Plus, I teach business courses to international students.
I am a college student at Emerson College who has been drawing and making comics for over ten years. I can teach children ages 10 and higher and young adults to construct their own comics and stories based on either personal experience or narrative stories.
I am most experienced with middle school, high school, and college-age students in the subject areas of writing, reading, history, and college application preparation. I do my best to not simply edit work, but to ensure that students learn skills that they can them apply to future projects and assignments.
The hardest parts of the GRE are figuring out what exactly they're looking for within the multiple choice, and quickly planning the essay. The featured subjects are all relatively simple, but the execution is what makes the difference between a successful and unsuccessful grade. I would give personalized insight on how you could best accomplish this alongside the standardized GRE prep book.
I found that buying a GED book is very helpful, and I would supplement the book with individualized teaching. The hardest parts of the GED are figuring out what exactly they're looking for within the multiple choice, and quickly planning the essay. The featured subjects are all relatively simple, but the execution is what makes the difference between a successful and unsuccessful grade.
My teaching technique is based on exchanges and free reflection on different subjects. For me, the most important thing is not to add knowledge to each other, but to learn about it and know how and when to use it.
New on this platform, but Professor since 2016, I teach online and in the Alliance française of Salvador de Bahia. I am native from Reims, in France but I am living as an expatriate in Brazil. The advantage of having a private professor is to have exactly what you need and how you need it. I build my lessons to give you exactly that.
I adapt to each student's needs. I am used to giving private lessons for French lessons but I also volunteered at 826 Boston and taught a class of 25 students some basic English composition, so I am not afraid of teaching a group of students.
I customize my tutoring to the student's goals (i.e. improving grades, preparing for a music major, learning for the pleasure of learning). The first session will be to determine the best plan of action. I find students are most successful when they have one hour of tutoring every other week, but this will vary. For both music history and music theory, I use the standard textbooks for U.S. schools.
My teaching method is focused on the students memorizing the material and fully understanding its uses. Foreign languages are hard, but with lots of practice, speaking, and memorization they become more fluent. I also like to implement some of my own activities to help the student grasp the language better.
I can teach any level of Math going from Arithmetic to Calculus. I also have been doing SAT and ACT prep as well as helping students prepare for college with placement test practice and college-readiness classes. Due to my experience I can easily adapt and follow curriculum and requirements from different schools, teachers and a variety of curriculum resources.
Eu nasci em Lisboa, Portugal e conclui duas licenciaturas distintas; uma em Teatro na Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema em Portugal e uma em Enfermagem na Universidade de Salem nos Estados Unidos.
I like to teach straight from the book since that is how most college professors teach. I teach so that the student don't simply "memorize", but to fully understand the materials. I like to set a schedule that will allow the student to maintain the study and refrain from procrastination.
In teaching Ukrainian as a foreign language I use different methods due to student’s needs and goals, such as communicative, task-based learning, grammar-translations and etc. My main goal is to choose the methods that best fit my students, not to force them to stick to any particular or limiting methodology.
My teaching method is focused on all the instruments since I apply the musical theory from the harmony and ear training on the instrument. The classes are based on the interests that the student wants to study and from that the curriculum is built.
I give lessons to 9 -12 graders; many of whom learn by doing and some who learn conceptually. I utilize a combination of teacher and student centered approaches to maximize student success. I base my classes on the level of success my students are experiencing, their need for remedial and retention.
I am a native french speaker from Senegal in West Africa . I am an international Baccalaureate graduate with French Literature A in Higher level and I have experience as a tutor. I provide lessons: grammar, communication, writing or any basic language task that needs help with. I am open minded, patient and very easy going as a teacher.
I am a professional studio and touring musician, songwriter, and educator originally from Los Angeles but now living in Boston (for the time being).
I teach middle schoolers and high schoolers in pre-algebra and algebra I and II. I love to help kids and make them feel more confident in the classroom. I will create study guides, prep for tests and quizzes, and review lessons day by day.
I am currently a student at Berklee College of Music working towards a BA in music production and performance. I can help develop the technique of my students while building repertoire in a fun relaxed environment. I fine-tune my lesson plans to accommodate the interests and skill level of my students.
I am a certificated Suzuki teacher, which believes that every child, with the proper environment, can play music. In this pedagogy, the student, the parents, and the teacher work together so learning violin is not just an extra event in the student's schedule, but something that the family members share together. Yet, I also use traditional teaching method, which focus on the students themselves.
One of my main goals for my students is to impart to them a deeper understanding of vocal technique, as well as methods for implementing that technique into any genre of singing they choose. I'm fortunate that my own voice is extremely versatile and flexible, so I can help students with many different styles.
I have been trained in both vocabulary/grammar based methodology and immersion methodology. Though I prefer teaching through immersion, I can tailor my teaching style to the student's preference. I believe that speaking and listening to a language are the most powerful forms of practice and I often incorporate podcasts, music and videos in my teaching.
My teaching style is patient and thorough, and I bring a passion for reading and writing into my teaching! I encourage my students to find their voice and develop it into whichever subject they pursue. I am very familiar with the different tenets of professional and academic writing.
I am currently pursuing a dual degree in Boston University’s College of Engineering and Questrom School of Business. I've been tutoring in a variety of fields for nearly 7 years now (from debate to french, violin to chess, creative writing to SAT prep), and have worked with students of all ages and abilities.
My teaching style is uniquely tailored to best suit the students I'm working with, as my goal is to enable them to achieve a thorough understanding of course material and realize their full potential as an academic in their own right.
I base my classes on speaking and using English in an efficient way for the student. I prefer to have funny lessons because when we have fun, we learn more.
Through my teaching experiences, I have learned how to become a mentor, especially to students who need extra support and guidance. I am adept at identifying the needs of individual students, sparking scientific curiosity, and fostering the interest in science that students may already possess.
I am used to give lessons to high school students, but I'm also open to older people! I can focus on many aspects on the language, depending on the requests. My lessons are always very interactive, doesn't matter if they are for the written language or for oral communication.
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